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The AUT University Public Lecture Series, includes professorial addresses and serves as a public platform for introducing new professors to university colleagues and to the wider community interested in their field. In the one-hour lecture, professors take their audience on a journey related to their research interests, their career to date, and the future as they see it. The AUT Public Lecture Series is accessible to a wide audience and well attended by AUT staff and visitors to the campus and we welcome you to attend.

Public Lectures held at AUT University in 2014


  • Hi Divine?! Sacred Spaces in Secular Organisations
    Professor Edwina Pio
    Professor of Diversity, Faculty of Business and Law
  • Beyond the "Knowledge Wars": Public education for a post-carbon future?
    Professor Jane Gilbert
    Professor of Education, Future of Culture and Society
  • The Science of Strength: How strong is strong enough?
    Professor Michael McGuigan
    Professor of Strength Science, Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
  • Looking Beyond the Mouth
    Professor Anita Nolan
    Professor of Oral Medicine and the Head of Oral Health Department, Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
  • The Dynamics of Financial Markets
    Professor Bart Frijns
    Professor of Finance, Faculty of Business and Law
  • Life, the Universe and Everything
    Professor Steve Pointing
    Professor of Applied Ecology, Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences


RSVP and Venue Details

4.30pm - 5.30pm
WA Building Conference Centre
City Campus
Level 2, WA Building
55 Wellesley Street East

Refreshments were served after each address

Please RSVP to: sue.chapman@aut.ac.nz

 


 

 

 


Last updated: 22-Oct-2014 2.00pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

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